Saturday, September 15, 2007

September GBBD

There is still lots of color in the garden to enjoy as I try to get everything planted and moved around. Kerri was quite generous so I have lots of work to do!

I cut some annual salvia back in July and it is reblooming nicely. My expensive mums are in full bloom. My dollar store mum is just budding nicely for October. The sunflowers will soon be taller than the roof line. The zinnias and strawflower are starting to go to seed but still have lots of blooms. The morning glories finally did bloom. I love the vine and although the lack of flowers has been disappointing, I'm happier than I was with the teepee last year. I did finally get some monarch caterpillars. There are more things that I could list but I need to get back outside :)

To see what's blooming today around the world visit Carol at May Dreams Gardens.


  1. You've got a lot going on in your garden and have come a long way from just having shrubs! Beuatiful flowers. Thanks for participating in Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!

    Carol at May Dreams Gardens

  2. Hi , I saw your name on Kerri's blog and I saw you also met each other thats so great! I just want to say that I Like your blog very much, very pretty, also I like the collage, welldone!

    I met also a blogfriend last week, she is from Atlanta and I am from Holland, we met in Holland, thats so interesting. I showed her some of Holland . the little villages etc.

    Come and visit my blog , You're very welcome, :)

    JoAnn from Holland

  3. I love the new blog picture of you and Countrygirl, and your bloom day is most colorful!

  4. Lots of lovely blooms for GBBD, and a caterpillar too.

  5. I noticed the new blog picture of you two also and I really like it.
    Love all of your bright colors, very pretty.

  6. Lots of things going on in your garden still. Love that collage of flowers in your garden. very pretty.

    BTW my blooms are up too.

  7. It still looks like summer in your gardens, Apple - even if the fall flowers like chrysanthemums are joining the party. I love the color of the sunflower in your photo.

    Annie at the Transplantable Rose

  8. Is that a new sidebar picture? I love it.

    And the other blooms too of course.